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[audio]The Convergence of Parallel Lines - Daniel Barbiero and Jimmy Ghaphery
The Convergence of Parallel Lines, the second collaborative release from Jimmy Ghaphery and Daniel Barbiero, contains three improvisations and one composition for winds and double bass, and one live improvisation for winds, double bass, percussion and three dancers. The graphical score for Exchanges II for alto saxophone & double bass by Daniel Barbiero is included as a supplemental file as part of this release...
Keywords: improvisation; sax; flute; double bass
Downloads: 368
[audio]Isabel - Jimmy Ghaphery
The title track was recorded during Hurricane Isabel in my living room in Richmond, Virginia, as the winds blew and we began our 10 day retreat without electricity. Soggy Carpet and Hex on soap are also indebted to Isabel; recorded after flooded carpet had been dragged out of my basement. Soggy Carpet finds me playing flute and Sam Byrd's Drum set. Hex on soap is alto. The remainder of the tunes were recorded in the basement after some new carpet remnants were tossed down...
Keywords: solo; sax; improv; flute; circular breathing; storms; Jimmy Ghaphery
Downloads: 118
[audio]Hermes' Labyrinth - Daniel Barbiero and Jimmy Ghaphery
Hermes’ Labyrinth is a series of improvised duets for double bass, prepared and unprepared, and winds recorded live in the studio in the autumn of 2008. Each piece takes as its theme a scale, tone row, textural motif, or verbal suggestion, and develops it as it will—as sound finding its natural level within sound and silence.
Keywords: improvisation; sax; flute; double bass
Downloads: 791
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